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'brien: while faa regulations limit pilots to eight hours of actual flight time a day. pilots may be on duty up to 16 hours a day, but that doesn't;í mean a big pay check. >>e aronly paid en t door's closed and the engines are running. as soon as we block out of the gate, we close that door, that's when we start. all the time we're walking through airports, eating lunch, reading a book while we wait for an airplane, standing at the gate, you know, we're not paid for that time. we may be on duty for 80 hours a week and get paid for 20 of it, if we're lucky. >> o'brien: pilots are paid hourly and starting pay for first officers is typically $21 per hour. >> my first year was... i made a little over $22,000 gross. >> o'brien: uh-huh. >> and then you put into the fact that you have, you know, mortgages and rent for a crash pad, student loan payments, car insurance and what not. you know, by the time it all got said and done, we were literally starving at the end of the day. >> o'brien: to make ends meet, many pilots choose to commute, living in less expensive communities far from the base they fl
as a public service by your television provider. >> agenting faa administrator recently told the house transportation subcommittee on aviation that there is progress in the implementation of the next generation air transportation system or otherwise known as nextgen, to change from an air based system to a satellite based one. representatives with the faa's ig office and government accountability office as well as aviation industry experts testified at this hearing. it's two and a half hours. >> the hearing will commence, and my colleague, mr. casillo, will be here shortly, but i begin with the opening statement, and i suspect when i'm finished, he'll be here, and we'll be able to benefit there that as well. today, the subcommittee will hear from governments and aviation industry stake holders on the faa's management of and progress towards transforming ore nation's air traffic control system. this program, known as nextgen, is among the largest and most ambitious public works projects in our nation's history. the successful implementation of nextgen is critical to the future of the ai
fairfield police. >>> the faa has proposed 2200 dollar fine for the lodi skydiving instructor in this utube video. the agency notified dennis mcglen he violated a number of faa regulations when he accompanied 80-year-old laverne everett on her first jump last may. she said she nearly fell out of the harness when she left the plane, mcglen has until mid- october to respond. >>> oakland as fans are still beaming over their team's remarkable season finish yesterday. >> fly ball. center field, cosco, ball game. western division -- >> the as beat the texas trainingers 12-5 to win the american league western division championship. at one time the as trailed the rangers by 13 games and yesterday was the only day all season they had soul possession of first place. >> the thing we preachd from day one, you know it is installed inside of us, so they never give up. >> this will betheas first playoff appearance since 2006. >>> the as will now play the american league central division champions, the detroit tigers the first two games played there, the first game saturday at 3:00 p.m., game two is sunday
on the pins, keeping them from locking down. the 757s are at least 15-20 years old. the faa reports no other airlines have had this happen to them and their seats. and the faa is also looking at whether or not the seats were installed incorrectly after they were recently moved by mechanics. >> hard to believe that the beverages got together and decided to take effect right now. tom costello in our washington bureau, thank you. >>> and an update on the outbreak of a rare form of meningitis, caused by steroid injections that are used to treat back pain. the bad medicine came from a compounding pharmacy in massachusetts. it has since been shut down. five people have died. 47 are thought to be infected, and patients in 23 states now are being warned to watch for meningitis symptoms. >>> still ahead as we continue on a friday night. charges of cheating and sabotage by an american olympic skater. what could be the biggest scandal on ice since kerrigan and harding. >>> and more from half a century ago. the british invasion. our music and movies have never been the same since. >>> as we mentioned th
exclusive zip codes. where the 99 cent store wants to open up a store. an f-a-a spokesman says a se >>> we have developing news tonight on a missing plane. an faa spokesman says that the single engine arrow pro like this one left half moon bay's airport this morning bound for tucson and it has not been seen since. the pilot's wife says that he was to stop and refuel in apple valley, which is of san bernardino, but he never got there. no word yet on whether or not a search has been launched. >>> shuttle endeavour is settling into its new digs tonight. the 12-mile journey through the streets of los angeles at times hazardous to its new home at the california science center took most of the weekend zigzagging their way through tight corridors and under hundreds of power lines by many trees. arriving 16 hours late, but endeavour didn't suffer a scratch. its final mission accomplished. >>> and another space mission accomplished. an austiran man plunged 24 miles up. breaking the record for the highest free fall and the sound barrier in the process. he says that he hopes to train the next daredev
with the faa. a small plane did leave half moon bay just before 6:00, headed to tucson, arizona, with a scheduled fuel stop at apple valley, california, just north of san bernardino. the faa spokesman said it was a single had f engine, a plane similar to the one in this photograph. the pilot's wife reported that the plane was overdue when it failed to show up on schedule at the regional airport in tucson. it is not known at this hour if any search is underway. that is the information we know at this hour. linda yee reporting live in san mateo county. >>> thousands of dollars in public funds spent at a strip club. and it took four years for anyone to notice it on the expense report. now a bay area port official is in a lot of hot water and cbs 5 reporter chris on the action taken at an emergency meeting tonight. >> reporter: a party at an upscale strip club, paid for with public money. the man at the center of the allegations, part of oakland maritime director, james kwon. receipts show kwon blew 4,537 in one night, entertaining executives at treasures, a gentlemen's club. port o
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is if a perfect storm on maintenance. they are in bankruptcy, the f.a.a. is watching them, or supposed to be watching them more closely. they have the oldest fleets in the industry. last year, they were fined $152 million for maintenance violations. now they are going do lay off maintenance people, they are in a tough situation. it is disconcerting. >>neil: is this a parallel say, between, seats not buckled in and bolted in and how safe they are, period? >>guest: well, yes, there is a huge issue on that. over the years, the federal aviation regulations have required seats to be more and more robust, more strengthening, bets are bolted to the floor. they are not bolted down and they can collapse on each other, and at least if an accident or hard landing or crash sequence people can be killed literally by the collapsing of the seat. >>neil: i think it is bigger than the seats. i fear it could be. it is maintenance that such and some things are compromised. maybe there is a lot more we don't know. >>guest: that is right. maybe the seats are a symptom that is giving someone a wake-up call.
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is american airlines has a responsibility to make sure their aircraft are well maintained and the faa has an even properly. what this is really about is the larger picture and that is outsourcing of maintenance. we have a real crisis going on in the united states right now. >> talk to me a little about that, particularly in regard to american right now. >> well, up until recently, american was the last airline in the united states that was not outsourcing maintenance. but now of course, it's in bankruptcy reorganization, it's probably going to be acquired by us airways, it has new management and just even as we speak, just a few hours ago, 450 more mechanics were laid off at their facility in tulsa. that's the last facility in america. >> why is that a problem? all sorts of businesses outsource things. why can't you just find a good company, it's okay? >> well, it's the people that are doing the work. basically, in many cases the airplanes are going outside the united states to developing countries, we were just talking about china, singapore, el salvador, mexico. in many cases, believe i
and the faa also has that same obligation. we have a real crisis going on with airline maintenance. >> talk to me with regard to american. >> up until recently, american was the last airline in the united states that was not outsourcing maintenance, now in its bankruptcy organization, probably going to be acquired by u.s. airways, has new management, and even as we speak, just a few hours ago, 450 more mechanics were laid off at their facility in tulsa. that's the last facility in america. >> why is that a problem. all sorts of businesses outsource. why can't you fund a good company, and it's okay. >> it's the people that are doing the work. basically in many cases planes are going outside the united states to developing countries, we were just talking about china, singapore, el salvador, mexico. in many cases, mechanics are not licenses licens licensed, and the faa does not allow that. here in the united states if you are a mechanic working for an airline in house, you have to go through drug screening, alcohol screening, a security background check. these things are being waived increasin
rotor dynamic on balance. back in 2009, there have been in five losses. the faa noted that the fuselage frame is prone to damage. under the category of common issues, the high vibration of the river system. -- roroe -- rotor system. wbal tv 11 news. >> wouldn't it be great if a beer run for tonight could be done at the same time and place where you are buying your snacks? a lot of people like that idea. a 54% say they favor being able to buy beer and wine at chain stores. 31% are opposed, 5% offered no response. they support beer and wine sales at grocery and other stores. >> the unemployment rate falls to a new low. >> causing conservatives to question the accuracy of the work conducted by the bureau of labor and statistics. how officials are responding to that claim. >> we will show you why it will have no impact on the chance of winning tonight. >> showers and an indication of a strong cold front. the forecast coming up with some late they sunshine right now. >> you are watching wbal tv 11 news at 6:00p.m. 11 sports director jerry sandusky. wbal tv 11 news >> economists surprised by
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. the campus is in fairfax, sunshine all day. not a single cloud. the faa did not have aircraft flying over the district. early in the morning, and late evening, that is when you most elimination -- illumination of the trees changing color. little stuff that popped into my mind. 69 degrees right now and herndon. 67 in the district. 73 and 48 the high and low temperatures. tomorrow, we're talking 80 degrees. there is a little bubble of warm to our southwest. things will be changing. it does look at the time frame night intourday sunday when a disturbance .pproaches that will increase our chances late saturday night and sunday. skies,meantime, clear and other sunny day. we will be in fine shape for the next few days. to the south, all eyes are in caribbean, south of jamaica. tropical hunters found depression 18 had strengthened a tropical storm, now named sandy. north into the atlantic to the bahamas. keeping your eye on the noon,atures, mid-70's at close to 80. wednesday afternoon as well. changes began with clouds showers and cooler temperatures. >> the toyota sports desk, brought to you by
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? it is clear the country is managing its economic apairs faa way that we are modeling them after europe. that's a failed model. >> secretary rumsfeld also weighing in on the heavy see issue about why the fbi has yet to head to benghazi and libya to check out the crime scene. he says it is probably for security reasons. nevertheless a big issue. let's talk weather now. maria molina is here with an update on the current weather. >>> good morning. we are starting off with a cool note. minneapolis and 44 in rapid city. we will be heating up after temperatures well above average for this time of the year. 86 over rapid city. 73 in minneapolis. mild as we head into the southeast as well. we are expecting high temperature at 82 in raleigh 72 atlanta. the reason it will be mild we have a storm system pushing eastbound. it is pulling in much warmer air from the south on northward. you can see sours already across parts of florida, georgia into the carolinas. it will be across the state through out the evening hours as the system will be a relatively slow mover. the northeast will be impacted by the sy
're under special watch by the faa for the maintenance. >> is the faa doing its job, though, when this actually happens in mid air? i know they're supposed to step up. are they dropping the ball? >> well, they are to a certain degree. they have put them under a special watch. but usually what happens on carriers, they're supervised by the inspectors in their own area, in the dallas area, where they call it certificate management or maintenance. and what they could do, faa could step up the next level, and they could actually have a national team come out and do -- they used to call them nasips, but special investigation of american. and it's probably something that they should be doing, because often airlines are put under special watches when they're in bankruptcy. but here there's been a whole series of maintenance issues. >> would you fly -- you were the former inspector general. would you fly a bankrupt airline? if you could avoid it? >> well, you know, in this country, you often can't avoid flying bankrupt carriers. there have been times in our history when almost all of them
off. we were trying to push it in and hold it in. >> i think the faa needs to look at this incident. >> now planes grounded and serious questions about safety. >>> and when this ball player stepped to the plate for the first time in the majors, a wild pitch knocked him down. >> i didn't get out away enough and it caught up under my helmet. >> now seven years later, one team is giving him another chance. tonight adam greenberg back in the big leagues. i'm bill hemmer in for shepard smith. one of the toughest voter i.d. laws in the country cannot take effect before election day. that's the ruling from a judge in pennsylvania. up with of the biggest prizes on the map, 20 electoral votes in that state. the judge says there is not enough time to make sure that all eligible voters get voter i.d. cards. supporters say the law will prevent voter fraud. but democrats accuse republicans of trying to stack the deck they say for governor mitt romney. they point to this comment from the house republican leader back in june. quote, voter i.d., which is going to allow governor romney to win the st
the faa. the federal aviation administration said both planes recently had maintenance that required seats to be removed and installed again. inspectors believe that the problem could be with the way that the seats fit into the tracks on the floor. cbs5. >>> in the central valley, an am track train out of oakland collided with a big rig injuring more than 30 people. it happened around 12:30 this afternoon near the town of hanford. nick james on how passengers describe the impact. >> reporter: amtrak panic as families initially feared the worst. the chp says this big rig carrying cotton trash drove right through the crossing arms, despite the bells and warning lights, broadsiding the train. half a mile after impact, the amtrak came screeching off the tracks. they worried that the train caught fire in the first few terrifying moments. firefighters rushed to the scene south of fresno. some were treated here, but many were rushed to the hospital with injuries, described as bumps, bruises, breaks. nothing life threatening. >> people were jumping out of the train as fast as they could. other peo
that the bankrupt carrier is facing tougher scrutiny from the faa. inspectors believe the problem could be with the way the seats fit into the tracks on the floor. christin ayers, cbs 5. >>> more than 20 people were hurt after two separate train crashes in the central valley. late this afternoon, a big rig slammed into a fright train in the town of hanford. the truck driver suffered minor injuries. several hours before that happened, and 15 miles away, there was another crash involving a passenger train and a different semitruck. between 30 and 50 passengers on that train were hurt, though none seriously. the amtrak train was headed from oakland to bakersfield. police say that the driver did not yield at the crossing gate and slammed right into the train, pushing at least one of the cars off the tracks. >> how did you not see that the train was crossing? >> i don't know if there was any indications of any use of alcohol or drugs. >> the big rig driver suffered moderate to major injuries. investigators say it is still unclear why he failed to stop. >>> well, it's crunch time for the pre
. the faa investigates two separate instances of loose seats on american airlines flights. >>> political showdown. president obama and mitt romney hunker down for their high stakes debate in denver. >>> and bumpy ride. a 10-year-old philadelphia boy is arrested after swiping and crashing a van. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. welcome to our viewers across the nation including the pacific time zone. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with air scare. suspicion is swirling around american airlines after two flights in three days were returned to new york's jfk airport. the reason, passenger seats came loose on both planes. the first incident occurred on a flight from miami to boston. >> during climb out, passenger seats row 12d, e and f came loose out of the floor. passengers are unable to sit in that seat. >> the federal aviation administration says seating in both planes had recently undergone maintenance. the airline has grounded eight 757s for inspection. >>> republicans are hoping the first of three presidential debates tomorrow night will be a
airlines, the faa is now investigating why rows of seats are coming loose. >>> the killing of a young mother puts the spotlight on the border patrol. and caroline kennedy talks about just released audiotapes of her father. >>> we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >>> in my view, it's not so much winning and losing or even the people themselves, the president and myself. it's about something bigger than that. >>> they're keeping me indoors all the time. it's a drag. i -- they're making me do my homework. >> president obama and mitt romney prepare for the first presidential debate. >> it is being called the most critical moment in the 2012 campaign. >> starting with the most important night of romney's political career. >> my husband is completely confident, completely balanced, completely capable of doing this. >> the airplane is flying fine. seats have loosened in the back and we need to return. >> flight from new york to miami was forced to return to jfk. on saturday a flight had to make an emergency landing. >> the seat is loose. we don'
of the information was misleading or incorrect. >> reporter: the faa said the professional is being fined $2,200. that for violations of regulings, namely improperly -- regulations, namely improperly fitting harness. though this could have been a fatal, 21 people died last year. reporting live, tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> caught in the act. a resident in san jose provided police with an important clue and today it paid off as officers swarmed a neighborhood and broke up a group of burglars. ktvu's robert handa is live in san jose with the pictures and why this case is far from over. robert? >> reporter: pictures they needed because the san jose police department has been struggling with the problem. burglaries going up, and fewer officers to respond. we are going to show you pictures that helped catch the burglars. >>> san jose police officers make six arrests. these are pictures from a citizens of burglars breaking into a home through a backdoor today in san jose. we are not showing faces because the suspects are juveniles but in the pictures they are smiling, while carrying merchan
long-range workhorse, taking out for a second round of faa monitored fixes to prevent passenger seats from becoming dislodged in the air. the airline engineering team decided the locking mechanism that secures the seats to the floor, must be enhanced. >> we have a unique situation of a track that had become somewhat worn. and it was where some soda spilled down over time and allowed the seats to become dislodged. >> reporter: another setback for american airlines which suffered record delays in september, for what it claims were labor troubles. claiming its pilots intentionally caused delays twice as often as competitors. the seat issue ratcheted up the airline's troubles. the seats on three flights had come unhinged. earlier this week, american said it finished its inspections. but it's ordering mechanics to fix the seats again, wherever the 48 planes involved land next. a move that will cause cancellations and more delays until saturday. >>> sources tell abc news that federal investigators are trying to determine if friendly fire is to blame for the shooting death of a u.s. border p
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empty. now the craft seats 2 but it wasn't medley clear if he was traveling alon alone. now the faa for their part are lacking both here and in arizona and 50 mile radius around both airports. they are asking that anyone with information contact authorities medley. again, that tail number november 7 2 alpha hote hotel. again anyone with any information at all is ken urged to contact authorities. live in half machine bay. >> it's anxious night there thank you very much gentleman moving on now. a crucial night for the giants. they tied it up here at home tonight against the cardinals one game appease sfv fans were ecstatic tonight. last thing they wented was to see the giants down first 2 games of the series. larry is here and they got off to great start. >> that was the key in tonight game. big win for the giants but may have lost second baseman marco in the play offs. a lot of controversy as holiday slides into him overly aggressive well past second base. he suffered a hip injury and would have to leave the game later but before he left marco delivered a sing well bases loa
n 72 ah. airport officials at half moon bay confirm the plane is not on the property, faa ordered search. registered owner is a man from florida it is not clear if he was flying the plane. >>> police in the north bay are searching for whomever shot a man in an apartment complex last night. santa rosa police were called out around 9:00 after they received a report of shooting. when officers arrived they found a man with a gunshot wound to the stomach. his condition is not known. police say they were searching for a 2012 jeep believed to be involved. >>> big night for giants they ended up evening things up one game appease against the cardinals before moving on to st. louis. they may have lost, we hope not, the overly aggressive slide really controversial. he suffered a hip injury and had to leave the game. [ unintelligible ] battery of tests being done. lilian kim has reaction from fans. [ screaming ] >> reporter: for fans it is game two victory big deal for the first time this post-season they could leave the park happy. [ screaming ] >> reporter: people brought lucky charms from
is on hold for right now. the faa says the single-engine plane took off from half moon bay before 6:00 yesterday morning. it was supposed to land in tucson, arizona, but it never made it to the final destination. the plane is registered to a man in florida. his wife reported him missing and the coast guard and local law enforcement do plan to begin an aerial search for the plane when the weather clears up. >>> let's talk baseball. the giants getting into a groove after the much-needed win under their belts. the series is now tied at 1-1 as the giants and cardinals play for the national league championship. the hometown crowd had plenty to cheer about as the giants beat the cardinals, 7-1 at at&t park. the cheers did turn to boos at one point during the game. they are still happy here. let's show the play. check out the cardinals matt holliday flattening marc marco scutaro. >> i hope he's okay. i know him. he's a good guy. >> scutaro hit a two-run single before being pulled from the game. he will likely get an mri today. game three is at 1:00 tomorrow afternoon in st. louis. matt cai
imposing a new life limit ton tail rotor blades. the faa adooptd similar version. early last year the same agency issued an ad citing a tail rotor unbalance. back in 2009, according to faa records there had been in flight losses of cockpit door windows. the faa noted the middle section of the fuselage flame is prone to damage. under the common issues the faa reported rough rides because of the high vibration of the rotor system. david collins wbal tv 11 news. >>> coming up in this morning's -- what is this? >> next block. >> consumer alert. hundreds of thousands of vehicles recalled. the issues that the car maker's having with the top models. ffrjts you're thinking of taking a vacation before the holidays, turns out a lot of folks had the very same idea. where you can still find some good deals and see some price hikes. >>> plus, did you wake up sleepy this morning? >> yep. >> most of us are saying yep. we'll have some tips from a specialist about the best ways to recharge. does your phone give you all day battery life ? droid does. and does it launch apps by voice while learning your voic
groups, labor and management negotiating for each other in -- for each other. john: the faa gets $200,000 per year working entirely odd official time. >> they just tried to decide what type of music shod be played. john:is that true? you are making it up. >> we have researched this ery carefully. john: t music [laughter] not just a federal issue? the cities and states have similar rules. in phoenix arizona, the six police officers do nothing but union work. look at governor walker rid wisconsin, governor christie in new jersey. [applause] and my former colleague four to know from puerto rico will address the problem at the state level but nothing at the federal level. john: congressmen phil gingrey. thank you. giving millions to politicians. this that make the uganda real bss? when we return. shabazz is how union control america and rob the blind. john: is that rally in philadelphia i was told unions should have more power. but they have plenty already. elizabeth factor and mallory factor rode a book. shadow bosses. rabin taxpayers blind." they say we are powerless. >> they are in gov
is already dealing with cancelled flights and unhappy pilots. now the faa is investigating the carrier after dangerous seat trouble midflight. eight planes are grounded after an entire row of seats came unbolted during flights saturday and yesterday. flights had to be diverted to jfk. passengers say this issue, on top of plummeting on time arrival numbers and rising cancellations, is unacceptable. >> if they don't fly, i don't have a status on another airline. so it's a big issue for me. >> shakes my confidence as a passenger that i'm going to be able to get to my destination on time. >> american blames some of the issues on a feud with union pilots who they say are writing up trivial maintenance issues. the pilots say the nation's third largest carrier needs new planes. >>> amtrak crews in california trying to repair tracks and clean up debris this morning after a tractor-trailer slammed into a train near fresno. take a look here. police say the truck driver failed to stop at a railroads k crossing yesterday and pushed two passenger cars and the locomotive off the tracks. >>> a high school
for the coroner from contra costa county to show up. in addition to contra costa sheriff's deputies, the faa is on the scene. we are waiting for the ntsb safety board investigators to arrive here as well to look at this scene and try to determine exactly what caused that crash. but, trying to figure that out may take several weeks, if not months. >> >> homicides burglaries and robberies, all up in oakland. this weekend, jerry brown made an unexpected promise. how a church gathering put the governor on the spot, ali? >> reporter: the governor made a promise to the church members, offering help that could come in the form of a long time partnership, but so far, no addition plans have been made. . it was sunday morning service at the gospel church in oakland that the congregation had a visitor. >> our governor is here. >> parishioners to vote for proposition 30. i said while you are in that mode, asking us for help, we need to ask you for something. >> can you declare the city of oakland a state of emergency that we can get some help in here to put public safety number one in the city? >> repor
smoldering an hour later. names of the two have not been identified. faa is investigating the cause of the crash. >>> a central coast man is dead after being attacked by a shark. it happened at surf beach near and haven burg air force base in santa barbara county this morning. francisco solario was surfing with a a friend who saw the attack. the friend drug him to the beach and tried to save his life, but was unsuccessful. no signs are posted warning of shark attacks, but officials say that surfers know of the danger. >> i think it's pretty well known locally, like you said, that there are sharks, and we've had sharks up and down the santa barbara coastline pretty frequently recently. >> there are about 65 shark attacks every year around the world. in july, a man escaped injury near santa cruz after being thrown from his kayak when a shark bit through his boat. >>> well, investigators say they could actually see with their naked eyes black specks of fungus floating in vials of steroids prepared by the new england compounding center. that's the place that is said to be the source of
the faa deleted its preliminary investigation. the victims' names will be held until their families have been notified. >>> there's new information about a woman whose body was found in her home. officials say 0 now say she was beaten to -- say -- officials now say her body was beaten to death. the sheriff said it appears someone killed her and then set the house on fire. this is a sketch of the suspect. the sheriff also said the suspect stole the victim's car. >>> it's the final stretch in the presidential race. both candidates are busy. president obama began the day in davenport, iowa. >> i have a plan that will create jobs, reduce the deficit and unlike mitt romney i'm proud to talk about what is in my plan. [ cheers ] >> because my -- my math actually adds up. >> he flew to denver after that and goes to burbank, california next for a tape aid eastern on "the tonight show" and continues with a campaign event in las vegas. tomorrow he stops in florida, virginia and ohio where he plans to vote in chicago. and mitt romney is also pushing his campaign into overdrive. >> what you are seein
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